Hawaii's deaf and blind residents will soon have a centralized place to meet and share resources.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie on Thursday signed a bill appropriating $400,000 to establish and operate a deaf and blind service center.
State Rep. John Mizuno, who introduced the bill, says scattered services make access a very daunting task. He says a service center has been a dream for the deaf and blind community for decades.
The center will provide a central location for services and professionals such as vocational and financial specialists, counselors and audiologists.
Hawaii deaf, blind community to get service centerPublished 10:40 AM HST Jun 28, 2013
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